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boycott. >> next speaker. >> supervisors and ladies and gentlemen, in the auditorium i'm mr. lawrence i've been a city and county resident for 45 years. i want to see it supervisor kim was applied that senator feinstein's kids were in public scott taylor's schools that's not interest true pursue i want to thank the gentleman with the taxi service. very briefly i'm talking to you about the taxi business are that i know some of the supervisors don't want to deal with f it and the public utilities commission is taking over we have rampant
law invaders operating as taxis 31 they park in taxi zones and sit in cabs and they're sitting in taxi lots while you sit here doing nothing our income as mrujd and like taking 3 supervisors and divided their income. i'm submitting a letter my 7th in a row now to mayor ed lee and senator feinstein you've given her husband more money and a lot of it exams comes from the sfmta. it is operated by mr. bloom and they stand to make $350 million or more.
4 times in the years you have not even given me an interview i have 11 pages on that - >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> thank you mr. president. that's not working. oh, sorry. wrong technology. sfgov please. i'm christopher i want to comment on managerial comments. thought polk and tenth street. more than 45 drivers were in the
box when it's red this is against the law and entered the box when it was already red it's against the law and talents the pedestrians to wait at the lighted and those who are watch the light and it's predatory it's steals a few seconds of a pedestrians life. those chiropractors are more important than any pedestrian and their time is more worthy put a smaller and snap a picture of each perpetrator and showing share the info with the registered insurance company and remember this is just a data collection and direction and
despite of the fact the planning department thinks this it that didn't impact the investment people will change their predatory behavior when they get a hiked insurance premium. there are we go that worked. thank you very much. >> next speaker. >> hello, i'm vicky hoover i want to speak to item 26 this wilderness act. as a resident of san francisco and national chair of the coalition of environmental groups coming to coordinate the activities around the country i
wish to thank you supervisor mar's and supervisor avalos. around the country entities is honoring this nuke wildernesses 4 states passed the proclamation to honor new mexico and colorado and other one we have lake county and san lose business and have 4 cities in 70 california it honor the act berkley and vallejo and barker field and most recently on earth day in a subdivision with eric garcetti
so i think san francisco's resolution will help the involvement of more difference communities in enjoying the benefits of wilderness >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon john from san francisco. this is about happiness and contestant time. aren't we all are the pursuit of happiness. they have had knee-jerk momentums of happiness we're also chasing after the next one how long did we play with a new toy before we were looking for
another one. in time i want something of substance that will bring me longer than lasting content time a deeper experience. instead of accepting that which does not and understanding of the sadness is part of our life experience. i guess that comes with maturity. today, i live in the state of content time with periodic moments of happiness. thank you for listening. >> next speaker. >> thank you mark with the united taxpayers i want to speak on the late night transportation
there's language in the charter that concerns me someone who works late they may not get a taxi and further down it refers to the inwas of taxi service it didn't belong in the resolution and the fact is right now we have a glut of taxis on the street and most all hours it's easy to get a taxi and, in fact, cab companies can't file their shifts because they can't get enough drivers to fulfill it. this is a slap in the face of our industry and a lot of hardworking people in the
resolution. i hope and trust there will be adequate taxi representation i want to make a point that the ride service companies don't service a place in the group. they're not serving the wheelchair folks and they're in violation of the law you have to have a smart phone and a credit card to use the services. they're coming plenty in massive insurance fraud that's going on right now if anyone saw the nbc report that was on they're hiring people with long - >> thank you. next speaker, please.
>> good evening president chiu and supervisors. the taxi girl what they want to be she said city can't you see i'm going to marry famous stair of the gene but city you can do something in between. city you can drive any car. yes we're going to be a star. city you can drive our car. beep beep beep beep yeah. wonder this time where city budget gone. ain't no sunshine when it's away. ain't no sunshine when city budget is gone and it's also gone and it's gone away. wonder this time where it's gone. and i know, i know i know, i
know i know, i know leave that district loan ain't no sunshine in the morning and modern to complaint and did you know that ace brown is going to washington, d.c. and he gets around ace brown is leaving town he's going to washington, d.c. he's going to another town riding for the same old beat and going to find a city that's really baby sweet ace brown is going to another town and that's what he's found. i know he'll bring his writing all around. town. >> thank you good night.
>> thank you. next speaker, please. >> thank you, mr. president and city council. about a year ago my wife and i spent in a place for no housing available. for reasons i don't understand we were placed in separate rooms with separate residents. i understand g ac is not a continual income but both my wife and i were seeing ssi but i lost my grant and subsequentially the details are good much i've been separated from my family since january. i'm at the end of my rope i'm at
the last resort. i'm back on the street without the support. i don't know what else to do so i - thank you >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> tom from the beach parents. teamwork. teams when i was a young boy my first team was little league i stopped to catch everything a little bit wild on the flow and high school i played football and started 4 years and with the same coach.
in this building you have a team the mayors team they brought tax freedom for twitter and gave away st. luke's to get cathedral hill and saw 10 thousand units on treasure island glad that it was not invested in. and opposed the baseball place on the pier and said the new future for the city was 8 washington while they were having tsunamis. the team at the mayor's office now wants to initiate thirty thousand more units they lack
the vision and the sensitivity to lead the communities. the coalition in the community and your teams probably have a better idea of what the city needs 90 in the near future. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker, please i'm margaret i was the director of the coalition for the children's fund and home life it's an extremely moving thing to see how far we've become when we starred there wasn't one supervisor on the board that supported it now, it's a part of the city structure and everybody is for it. i want to thank you supervisor avalos and you supervisor mar so
far the personal acknowledge. but most important i want to thank the people of the city for making this a reality. i want to thank all the co-sponsors and that's still not too late to become a co-sponsor that will set this on the right path it's very important with our resources. this is a great day and moving to see how far we've come >> next speaker. >> good evening i think. i wanted to stick around to thank you as well as the supervisors the work you've put in. i know the conversation around the specifics is only beginning. i've particularly as i work with the initiative for the
transitional folks i want to 81 thank you from the advisory board. i appreciate hearing i all speak vonl about the needs of our young people as their some of the most vulnerable populations in the city. and look forward to working with you ail and supervisor wiener in terms of the numbers we're happy to come and give clarification to our office and are happy to make a follower presentation naerdz in regards to how much investments is going to take in our city. so thank you very much we appreciate it and thank you margret as well publicly i feel i admire you i'm barrel getting going and i have to thank you for what you're doing our a hero
and i look forward to advocating for our most vulnerable young people in the city. so >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> i'm for the advocates in the youth we've been leading the coalition for 2 years and really wanted to come and appreciate supervisor yee and supervisor avalos and supervisor kim for the peace the children's amendment and the children's council and really appreciate also the leadership of supervisor breed and supervisor campos and supervisor mar for their co-sponsorship. this is what way to look at it the reauthorization of those miles an hour we believe with the proposed amendments the youth is going to do grow so we're working closely with the
board of supervisors and moving forward to make sure that the best legislation going to the voters in november >> next speaker >> ray for open government. edmond burke wrote the troument triumph is good men do nothing. the board of supervisors have remained silent while your president chiu has undermined democracy in the city of san francisco pr i believe some of you are good people afraid to act and some to sliebs the participation in meeting and especially to silence public comment to limit it if not restrict it completely. i building president chiu is evil he's and then attorney that
is fulfill aware of the political protected freedom and net e yet he choose to you're the the following word. i don't think we will allow the next allow the public comment for the next speaker. i'm be honest i resent someone that in her served in the united states military a veteran that he has the right smou somehow in his bizarre mind to strip me of my constitutional rights. he knew he didn't have a right to do it and i wanted to appointee only seems comfortable to allow the sheriff when it's an old white guy. and he seems to think it's
funny. he didn't receptor democracy i'll be here each week now until november and lay out an story of the evil that's david chiu >> thank you very much any other members of the public wishing to speak in general public comment general comment is closed. >> item 35 through 33 a single roll call vote can be voted on together. >> colleagues, any member wish to sever any. any other items >> mr. president, i'd like to sever item 33. other items? >> 28.
all right. let's take a vote on the balance of the calendar >> 25, 31 he 32. supervisor mar. supervisor tang. supervisor wiener. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. supervisor campos. supervisor chiu. supervisor cowen. supervisor farrell. supervisor kim. there are 11 i's. >> those resolutions are adapted. >> item 28 is an resolution you're going the entertainment commission to convene and co-chair with the purchase of a late night transportation plan to comfortable the operation for the workers and businesses.
>> supervisor wiener. >> i spoke to this i want to reiterate for the first time we'll go through a planning process to have a process tool available as we make various decisions and hopefully when bart moves to a twenty-four hour serve and we've gone through the process that's become more and more prominent it's in the needs of late night and early morning workers we've focused on the businesses and the partners which are important but as we hear from more and more people who work and get off work in the middle of the night or start work early in the morning those voices have not been heard that's an important part of the
process and i'm sure it will. >> i'd like to be added as a co-chair with north beach and union square we need more options and i hope the sfmta and the entertainment commission will be involved. colleagues, same house, same call? ? we'll take that without objection. that resolution is adapted >> item thirty scheduling the board of supervisors sitting on tuesday april 9th at 3:00 p.m. for the relief of funds in the amount ever 3.90 million in fiscal years 2013-2014. >> so we can talk about this so if i could have a motion to amend rather than tuesday
april 29th until the 14. we'll take that without objection.. and item 33. madam clerk, >> item 33. is a motion approving the board of supervisors revised record retention schedules for the destruction policy and authorizing the clerk to adjust the schedule and rigging reductions in the retention period. thank you, mr. president this is updating the july 1st, 2001, the relation schedule for the bystander it's been approved by the youth commission and the sunshine task force and the employees retirement system and the city attorney's office and i want to thank our records manager for the work on the details. the desirability of the changes to answer the question is to
provide clean up language and formulating consistency we have e looked at clarified or added more drip active dilates to the publics reference. i'd like appreciate our support on this motion >> thank you, colleagues any questions for the madam clerk. if not same house, same call? ? we'll take that without objection. madam clerk, could you read the memoriams >> yes. today's meetings will be adjourned for the following individuals for supervisor chiu's for the late mr. john and mr. sxooeven leon on behalf of the suggestion of supervisor cowen on behalf thoughtful boards for john and also at the suggestion of supervisor cowen and sxhoovlgz on behalf of the for the late ms. renee.